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Why Gary Cahill convinced Aston Villa boss Dean Smith to sign Ezri Konsa

Daily Star Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Why Gary Cahill convinced Aston Villa boss Dean Smith to sign Ezri KonsaASTON VILLA turned their attention to Ezri Konsa after Gary Cahill’s wages proved too hefty.
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